BIMCO

AcronymDefinition
BIMCOBaltic and International Maritime Council
BIMCOBaltic and International Maritime Conference (Denmark)
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Before getting carried away, we should remember that 57% of all demand, as measured by twenty-foot equivalent unit [TEU] miles, is generated by non-east-west trades that are particularly impacted by the recent years' cascading of tonnage," says BIMCO president Anastasios Papagiannopoulos.
Other notable presenters include BIMCO, Belfast Harbour Police, City University London, International Maritime Organisation, London Gateway, Malta Transport Authority, Marine Risk Management, MAROPS, Metropolitan Police Service, Milford Haven Port Authority, Port Authority of Vigo, Port of Long Beach, Port of Rotterdam, Port of Santos - Santos Brazil, Salamanca Group, Transport for London, University Of Warwick.
See BIMCO, Explanatory Notes to GUARDCON Standard Contract for the Employment of Security Guards on Vessels 1, available at https://www.
Peter Sand, analista en jefe de transporte de carga en el Baltic and International Maritime Council, conocido como BIMCO, dijo que la caida fue equivalente a "ir desde el Himalaya hasta los llanos de los Paises Bajos" en el termino de unas cuantas semanas.
Peter Sand, chief shipping analyst at the Baltic and International Maritime Council, known as BIMCO, likened the decline to "going from the Himalayas to the plains of the Netherlands" in a few short weeks.
Container shipping may be impacted by lack of exports from the Japanese factories, causing liner companies to leapfrog Japanese ports on their trans-Pacific trading lanes," BIMCO, an independent shipping forum has reported in Copenhagen.
Port staff not working at Libyan ports creates difficulties for owners with vessels at quays, which need for example tugs to get their ships out to sea again," said Peter Sand, shipping analyst with ship association BIMCO.
FONASBA, founded in 1969, has a consultative status with the International Maritime Organization, UNCTAD, and the World Customs Organization as well as close associations with BIMCO, INTERCARGO, and INTERTANKO, among other shipping bodies.
Ship industry association BIMCO forecast the dry bulk fleet could grow by as much as 15 percent this year with the capesize sector seeing the largest growth.
Thus we find Grant Hunter, the acknowledged authority on BIMCO forms, conducting a comparison of the three major BIMCO charterparties: BALTIME 1939 (as revised in 2001), NYPE 93, and GENTIME.
Veanse las observaciones de International Chamber of Shipping, BIMCO, INTERCARGO e INTERTANTO en Doc.